'Corporate Games' exposes office politics -- Advice and humor given to the work-weary

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If you were to take a close look at your co-workers, what would you see? The Retired-on-the-Job? The Armchair Manager? Or maybe a Gluteus Maximizer? Or, everyone's favorite, the Micro-Manager?

“Corporate Games,” the newly released book by Alan Hirschfeld and Damon Zimmer ($27.95, Cool River Publishing, February 2003) examines worker personalities with a dose of practical advice and humor. Award-winning artist Jose Pardo created cartoon illustrations for each character. Hear Mr. Hirschfeld tell more about the book by calling BookTalk at 1-888-355-0600, author code 2718.

     This insightful book will help readers identify corporate games and the players who participate in and perpetuate them. Through creative story telling and realistic counter-strategies, “Corporate Games” cuts through façades and provides a tool employees can use to improve their working relationships.

     Psychiatrist R. Michael Allen, M.D. says, “Finally a book that takes an honest look at today’s corporate workplace. This book will make you laugh, think and help you to enjoy your job.”

     Hirschfeld has 20 years of business experience with companies that run the gamut from Fortune 100 to less than 10 employees. His experience includes sales, technical support, engineering, software development, project management, and marketing.    Zimmer has a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and has a passion for sales. His experience covers midsize to Fortune 100 companies.

     The book is available through Amazon or on the publisher’s Web site at: http://www.coolriverpub.com. Available through national distribution soon.

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